We’re partnering with TicketIQ once again for another season. They’ll be giving us some ticket news from time to time, including some interesting facts. Did you know Eagles fans are the most interested in purchasing Super Bowl tickets? It’s true! Here’s more from the guys over at TicketIQ:
While it’s only Week 7, it’s not too early for some fans to be looking ahead to February. The biggest source of ticket demand is typically the host region, which this year in Minnesota’s US Bank Stadium. This year, however, there’s another market that’s leading the way: Philly! That’s according to NFLOnlocation, the league’s official hospitality partner. At 13% of visits, Eagles fans seem to be more enthusiastic than anyone. After that it’s Minnesota at 10%, hopeful Giants fans in New York at 9%, and DC at 6%, which we’re hoping tonight’s game helps drive closer to 0%.
On Location is the only company that allows fans to purchase verified tickets directly from the NFL for Super Bowl LII. Prices range from $6,299 to $13,499, and in addition to the ticket, OLE offers fans a variety of perks. The most affordable option comes with a pre-game tailgate at the Armory featuring former NFL stars in an ‘interactive environment, which sounds like some high five-ing with former NFL legends. For fans that really want to get interactive with current players, OLE’s Platinum package includes on-field access to celebrate right along side the winning team, which, ideally the Eagles.
Right now, the cheapest option in the secondary market are $3,800 for a single ticket with no actual seat location on TicketIQ. For anyone old enough to have attended Super Bowl XXXIX between the Eagles and Patriots, this is how you probably bought your ticket, before meeting a guy in Jacksonville hotel basement to actually get the ticket. With On Location, this all goes away, and not only do you get the actual ticket well before the game, but you can also pick your seat. Below is a screenshot of their cool 3D site, which we especially like given that they’ve colored all their cheapest ‘Bronze’ section in Eagles Green.